Ecology: Biodiversity

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Ecology: Biodiversity

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Wednesday, September 26  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Ages 8-10

Have you ever wondered how many things live in your own backyard? What makes a good habitat for insects and small animals, and why does it matter? What sort of adaptations take place in different micro-habitats? Learn to be a Citizen Scientist, and appreciate the variety of life around you!

Parent Note: portions of this class will take place outside.

Class will be held in the 417 Kids Classroom, located at 916 W Atlantic in Springfield, and taught by Professor Jen. Cost for this course is $10, with a $3 sibling discount. To take advantage of this, select your number of students, and then "1" for quantity.

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